Brigadier General Peter LambertDirector of Intelligence
Headquarters Air Combat Command
Brig. Gen. Peter J. Lambert is the Director of Intelligence, Headquarters Air Combat Command, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. As Air Combat Command’s senior intelligence officer, he advocates intelligence policy, weapons system requirements, and ensures Combat Air Force readiness. He guides intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance tactics, techniques, procedures, and training applicable to ACC forces worldwide. General Lambert received his commission through the Norwich University Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Program in 1988. He has served in a variety of intelligence staff and command assignments. His staff assignments include numbered air force, major command, Headquarters U.S. Air Force and Joint Staff positions. He has also served in the Defense Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency. Most recently General Lambert was the Vice Commander of the 25th Air Force, Joint Base San Antonio- Lackland, Texas. He commanded the 547th Intelligence Squadron, Nellis AFB, Nevada; the 659th ISR Group, Ft. Meade, Maryland; and the National Security Agency-Texas in San Antonio. His tours outside the intelligence field include the Joint Staff J-7.
• Defining cyberspace operations in an ISR context
• Are commanders taking full advantage of the cyber domain? What are current capability gaps to achieve better situational awareness in abstract domains?
• The role of automation in mapping and assessing cyberspace
• Analysis, visualization and dissemination of cyber intelligence
• Where are we now? A view of the current operating environment for US Armed Forces and the current challenges we face
• How can we ensure that our C2ISR enterprise is prepared for near peer threats whilst sustaining our COIN/CT capabilities?
• How can we prosecute multi-domain battle in A2/AD environments?
• Are our existing concepts of C2 applicable to current threat scenarios?
• Application of the US offset strategy in the European and Asia Pacific theatres